In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice
there is. - YB
"Sean Jorden" <(E-Mail Removed)_o_r_a.d.a.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> "Ralf Schneider" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in news:bh3qfq$5ne$00$2
> > It works without "<![CDATA[..script..]]>"!
> > Thanks for helping!
> > Ralf
> <![CDATA[ ]]> render the contents as character data
> not markup, so the parser won't process anything in within as tags.
> In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice
> there is. - YB
Toby A Inkster
Ralf Schneider wrote:
> It won't work! Why?
Current browsers aren't proper SGML interpreters, so don't understand it.
Toby A Inkster wrote:
> Ralf Schneider wrote:
>>It won't work! Why?
> Current browsers aren't proper SGML interpreters, so don't understand it.
I think this is right. It's really no
file, anyway, so the questioner need not
fret over it.
HTMLTidy uses a hack to get CDATA to
work with CSS by commenting out the
CDATA declaration with CSS comment tags:
But it's all so ugly.
Just push the stuff out to
sperate linked files so multiple pages
can use them. The difference in
download times on any decent server
will only be a fraction of a second.